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Nashville set to host the 2019 Gold Cup semifinal

The Music City will play a pair of national anthems when Nissan Stadium hosts a 2019 Gold Cup Semifinal game, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football, CONCACAF, announced on Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018. The semifinal will take place on Wednesday, July 3. If the U.S. Men’s ...

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MudBowl 2018 Makes a Splash

The Dunn Center has held the MudBowl on its front lawn for 17 years. This past Sunday, Oct. 7, hundreds of people gathered on university grounds to play rounds of volleyball in the mud until a winner was chosen. The event was tournament style including a winners’ bracket, losers’ bracket ...

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Govs earn first OVC win over Tigers

After dropping the first two conference games of the season the Govs finally earned their first conference win during a shootout against Tennessee State. The win also puts APSU at 1-1 in the Sgt. York Trophy race. The Govs prevailed 49-34, forcing five turnovers and accumulating nearly 450 yards of ...

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Coping struggles with students

Just about everyone has heard the conception that kids who are sheltered or have felt overprotected throughout their adolescence often experience an exaggerated sense of freedom when they leave home for the first time. Could it be that in actuality they experience an overexposure to new temptations? College is always ...

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APSU’s Asian Studies Club

The Asian Studies Club was established roughly three years ago. “We have a promising amount of students within our club!  We have members old and new which have added up to approximately more than 25 students,” ASC president Paris Terrell said. The ASC aims to share a common interest in Asian culture ...

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